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    Asthma worse where I live in CO, almost gone when in Atlanta
    Renkat7 posted:
    Is there anything I can do to help my asthma when I am home in CO? I travel a lot for work and I have been here in Atlanta for 4 months and have not had one asthma attack the entire time I have been here. When I go home to CO (40 min north of Denver) I can't breath. I have to hit my inhaler 5-10 times a day and this is within being home for just 2 days. We are very close to moving to atlanta just so I can have a good quality of life, but we love our home and love living in CO. Is there any advise on how I can improve my asthma without taking a stronger inhaler everyday. I have not used my inhaler at all since I have arrived in Atlanta and I would love to find a way to do that in CO so we can continue to live there.

    Thanks, Renee

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